This Nike Air Force 1 Low Comes With A Bubble “Paw Print”

The "Uptown" joins an emerging pack of women's releases.

This Nike Air Force 1 Low Comes With A Bubble “Paw Print”

More than ever, Nike pays particular attention to the women’s side of the market, spreading the wealth with special edition releases far beyond just the men’s slate. The crux of the upcoming Nike Air Force 1 Low “Paw Print” is front-and-center on its design, adding to a burgeoning pack of some of the Beaverton’s greatest hits.

A blend of pastel pinks is the base for this design,  with only the bright pink on the Swoosh & branding aspects diverging from that motif.  However, the true draws are the playful touches. Here, they’re applied in an inline fashion, yet they reflecting similar details that have marked women’s exclusive silhouettes like the Air Force 1 Shadow or Air Max 90 Futura. Of course the bubble tongue logo is the headliner, but futuristic Nike typeface on the interior and a 3D, exaggerated Swoosh work to amplify the vibe it establishes.

The Nike Air Force 1 Low “Paw Print” is expected to drop in the coming weeks, alongside the Air Jordan 1 Low “Paw Print” and a similarly clad Air Max Plus. Keep it locked to catch details of the latter as they emerge. For now, check out official images via the gallery embedded below.


Nike Air Force 1 Low "Paw Print"

SKU: HM3696-661

US 2024

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